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[texts]Tracts : concerning the ancient and only true legal means of national defence, by a free militia ... / by Granville Sharp - Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813
I. The ancient common-law right of associating with the vicinage, in every county, district, or town, to support the civil magistrate in maintaining the peace -- II. A general militia, acting by a well-regulated rotation, is the only safe means of defending a free people -- III. Remarks concerning the trained bands of the City of London -- IV. Hints of some general principles, which may be useful to military associations
Keywords: Great Britain -- Militia; Great Britain -- Militia Early works to 1800; Great Britain -- Defenses; Great Britain -- Defenses Early works to 1800
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